This must be the farm where Jan Crouch's resurrected chicken lives.
Thanks for reminding me Andy. I just added another word in the labels. If you will click on "crouch" in the label section beneath this posting you will find mention of this incident.
Don't mention it, Eddie. I mean it - Don't mention it.
This was worth the eye strain.
Please explain the eye strain and I will correct it. Did you enlarge it by clicking on the picture?Does the color choice make it harder to read?Is there a glare on your computer screen?Is it radiation from the monitor that is causing discomfort? Take frequent vision breaks (at least every hour) to relax your eye muscles. Try closing your eyes and relaxing for one minute. Other useful exercises may include rolling or blinking your eyes, or closing them tightly for a few seconds. Changing focus is another way to relieve the eye muscles. Every 15 to 30 minutes, look across the room or out of the window at an object at least 6 m away, for at least 20 seconds.Position the top of your computer monitor or TV screen at (or slightly below) eye level so you look downwards at it. This can help with dry eyes. More of the eye surface is covered by the eyelid when you look down, with the result that your eyes blink more and produce more lubrication. When using a computer or similar equipment, room lighting should not be as bright as the screen. To reduce troublesome contrast, find a way to darken the area around the screen. Keep your computer monitor in proper focus.Hope that helps. Let me know if there needs to be any corrective measures from my side of the cyber-fence.
When I clicked on the picture, it did not enlarge. I was wearing my glasses, too. Otherwise, I wouldn't have seen anything.But thanks for all the tips. I'm sure they will come in handy.